JFK

JFK

The Lost Bullet

DVD - 2011
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They are among the most infamous home movies ever made. But do these humble 8-millimeter films reveal the whole story of John F. Kennedy's assassination? National Geographic reveals these home movies as never before, restored to a state more pristine than the day they were exposed to the Dallas sunshine of November 22nd, 1963. Join a team of pioneering investigators as they bring the home movies to life and expose the hidden secrets of the crime of the century.
Publisher: United States : National Geographic, 2011.
ISBN: 9781426341908
Branch Call Number: 973.922092 JOH
Characteristics: 1 videodisc (approximately 50 min.) : sound, color ; 4 3/4 in.
Additional Contributors: National Geographic Society (U.S.)

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akirakato
Mar 10, 2016

This is a 2011 "National Geographic" documentary about the lost bullet that was supposed to come from Oswald's Italian Carcano bolt-action rifle.
The Warren report shows that three bullets were fired to kill the President, but "Bullet A" has NOT been found.
Considering Oswald as a lone shooter, the film tries to solve this mystery.
However, this documentary denies that there was a shooter behind the fence on the grassy knoll.
Nobody believes that Oswald acted alone if he had actually done it.
Many people think there was a conspiracy as I do.

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StarGladiator
Nov 04, 2013

The great thing about Nat'l Geographic is that Rupert Murdoch recently purchased it, so there's no more hesitancy about it's various presentations of fiction as factual - - there can be NO DOUBT now of it's propagandistic purpose!
FYI: Three shooters from the OAS, were brought over and backed up with some Americans, one of them Jack Ruby [the rifle transfer from the grassy knoll area], with the CIA's Lucien Conein the fourth shooter, Gen. Lansdale the scene controller [both onsite in Dallas, as photos have confirmed] with the other CIA-contract shooter from the OAS at the overpass. Ruby had either accidentally, or inadvertently given up the location of his buddy's property which had been leased to Operation40, the CIA's rogue assassin group, to Lee Oswald while Lee was in New Orleans, said training camp was officially shut down by AG Bobby Kennedy, accompanied by US Marshals; therefore it was on Ruby to murder Oswald after they had falsely accused him of the murder. The shooters would return to France, although unsure if some of them ever made it back since several were never seen again [probably taken out by other hitmen unaware of their presidential assassination]. All money trails lead to the Rockefeller family, specifically David and Nelson Rockefeller; even though endless misinformation, disinformation and a gazillion pages have claimed the Cubans - - or Cuban-Americans - - and Texas oilmen were responsible - - all the money trails and everyone involved at the highest levels were financially beholden to the Rockefellers. Everyone involved in the overall planning and operational aspects was directly connected to one or both of the Rockefeller brothers, that is - - there was ZERO degrees separation, while Oswald and Ruby were the only ones were there was ONE degree of separation [they knew someone who was connected to the Rockefeller brothers]. E.g., de Mohrenschildt reported directly to Nelson Rockefeller during WWII when Nelson was the Coordinator of Inter-American Affairs [CIAA].

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Saint_Mirin
Jan 28, 2012

This explores the non-conspiracy angle that Oswald did fire all 3 shots. There's no experts though, no trajectory or blowback narrative. When you click on Special Features, you get a completely unedited behind the scenes view of this awful documentary. They openly admit that for their research they "modified" the bullets with duct tape. There goes your whole experiment. We're back to square one.

fairboy Jan 18, 2012

Maybe I've just overloaded myself with assassination videos over the years but this one had little new to offer. What it did have was digitally-enhanced footage taken from the opposite angle as the Zapruder film thus showing the grassy knoll area at the time of the shooting.

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camaroon
Jun 17, 2012

A theory that points to Oswald as the lone gun man that seems logical.

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